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political decisions. a lot of thoseolitical decisions cost us political popularity. >> in 2007, adrian vicenti hired ree. d.c.'s outgoing mayor admitted to failing conseqnces in some of his potics, but they were not sure whether they ousted the mayor on education. >> i don't take last night to mean that the direction vicenti was going on education was the wrong direction. >> even though the mayor has changed, those kids a still there. d.c. has to keep those reforms going. if i were them, i would keep them. >> as he reached out to the voters who dinot support him wednesday and promised to make good on his campaign pledge create one city, vincent gray quickly boasted of his reformer bona fides. >> we're not going to be turning back any clockson school reform. we're going to beoving full speed ahead. >> the council chair who has been publicly criticized for some of her choices will meet with michelle ree on friday. she stopped short of saying that she would not stay on, at least temporarily. >> you know, i really just want to get an understandingf what his hopes and aspirations are, and,
. that could change for all of us, though, tomorrow. doug has details in the storm certain. how does it look, doug? >> it's actually a beautiful night, and if you're out this evening, and even if you wake up tomorrow morning, you'll notice big changes out there. you can see the moon rising over the nation's capitol, reflecting off lake potomac. the current temperature and winds low. we've seen a pretty nice night and all the rain gone from the area, now off to the east. except down in north carolina, and that's where we'll start to see the rain make its way this way. still a tropical depression 16, but its moisture will move our way as well. tropical rains are inhe forecast. some areas could eily see two to four inches. i'll show you what gets what and when in my later forecast. >>> former president jimmy carter will spend this night in a hospital after falling ill in a flight today. he suffered stomch pains after flying from atlata to cleveland to promote his new book. doctors suggested he stay in the hospital overnight. carter's grandson says the forr president is doing fine. he expects to
's oy 17 years old. news 4's dorothy spencer jns us with more. dorothy. >> reen, a source close to the instigation says this teenage suspect was under the supervion of the juvenile juice system and was supposed to be livg in a group home. some officials want to kn how close this alleged gng member is being watched. eric foan, charges asn adult of caolic university sudent neil galeski. the 31-year-old w ridinghis bike near sherman circle on august 22nd, wen heas gunned own. >> ts was a young man, working, going tochool and tryg to make an honest living, just ting to get home from work, and was shot and killed for wat appears to be absolutely no reason. >> rorter: news 4 lens tt he was under the supervision of the department of youth rehabitati services and living in a groupome in northeast at the time of the killing. they have come under fire after a number of people under spri supervision have been charged. >> any of the group homes we work for, we want to know the are being managed directly and that they know where the children are. we want to know that they are on top of it. >
of the u.s. good evening, i'm doreen gentzler. >> and i'm jim vance. warnings are out from the southern coast to the mid-atlantic. in north carolina, emergency management officials are calling for an evacuation of an island starting at 5:00 tomorrow morning. dangerous current markers have been put along the beaches there. high winds and rains are expected to hit the outer banks by thursday or friday. the surf already is extremely rough along the coast of central florida. waves there could reach heights of nine feet by the end of the week. lifeguards in that area have had to pull more than 100 people from the water since saturday. >>> and hurricane earl's power is even visible from space. a nasa astronaut captured this image of the storm churning in the atlantic as it makes its way north. chief meteorologist doug cameron is tracking hurricane earl. what's it looking like now? >> well, there's some very good news out of this. and right now still a major storm. the 11:00 advisory, the latest advisory coming in, earl still winds of 135 miles an hour and still a category 4 storm. just over t
. at this point no suspects are in stody. >>> tonight, police have released the name of the armed man shot by u.s. capital police steps away from the capitol ilding. 29 year old john wesley wheeler of maryland. he pulled his gun on a group of police officers before he was shot and wounded help cheeler is charged with assault with intent to kill and other federal charges as well. >>> threecorner grocery stores and a fast-food restaurants. police believe all five 06 these northern virginia businesses were targets of the same robber. a similar method was used in each holdup. >> reporter: this armed robber has struck five businesses since late july. three of them have been haircuttery salons. police say the surveillance video shows a serial armed robber purling a knife while 408ding up a haircuttery salon. he swiped money from cash registers at businesses in fairfax and always string between late morning and early aftnoon. >> we're working closely with the county detectives on this because he, obviously, sees no jurisdictional boundaries so neither can we. >> reporter: pice say the robber started the
from saying "i do." >> it will always be memorable, that's for sure. it's given us plenty of challenges, but nothing is stopping us. >> reporter: lasting memories of each other and their special day, shared with a hurricane. earl wreaked havoc all along the eastern seaboard, beginning with the north carolina outer banks overnight. the eye of the storm staying far offshore but close enough to bring driving wind and rain to the barrier islands. on new york's long island, powerful waves and rip currents created dangerous conditions at area beaches. >> obviously the surf has come up a lot. there's definitely riptide out there and we're starting to see a lot of beach erosion. >> reporter: and now that earl has arrived in new england, the question, how much damage will he leave behind. michelle franzen, nbc news, chatham, massachusetts. >> for more on earl's impact on the beaches in our area, chuck bell is in the stormcenter with more. hi, chuck. >> hey there, doreen. yes, indeed, it's very good news for people with interests in martha's vineyard, nantucket and cape cod. the storm has now bee
. the impact on horse racing and animal lovers is being felt. jackie bensen joins us with more. >> reporter: when steve clark saw fire he did what many people do almost automatically these days, he pulled out his cell phone to take pictures. that phone record ad chaotic scene and heroic rescue. this couple were heading home when they saw fire. >> the horse barn is on fire. >> reporter: one barn was engulfed in flames which spread to a second barn and threatened a third. amber is a life long rider and horse lover. >> it was difficult. we're with unfamiliar horses that were scared doet. >> reporter: it was 4:00 a.m. and so dark rescuers used cell phones to see inside the third barn which was filling up with smoke. >> this whole thing is going to flash. we need to get out of here. >> any halters you can find. >> reporter: when the flames were extinguished fire officials announced the terrible toll, more than two dozen racehorses lost their lives. >> unfortunately, this fire had a big start on us. when we arrived we had fire blowing maybe 30 to 40 feet out of the roof of the barns. >> reporter:
have my tutu on and my disco shoes. >> she wants all of us to be free and to find ourselves and our individuality in dress the way you talk, walk, whatever. and we're all just being liberal. we come here to party. we're all here for the same thing. we're going to have a good time. >> reporter: some seemed to leave part of their costume at home. >> lady gaga likes to walk around in next to nothing. i wanted to channel a little bit of her. >> reporter: your parents know you're dressed like this tonight? >> they do. i put the jacket on for them. >> reporter: many parents we spoke to bringing even the littlest of fans to lady gaga's provocative outfits don't send the wrong message to children. >> she knows, she's 12, she's not allowed to dress like that. ♪ it will be okay ♪ just dance >> reporter: this night was also about the music. and fans looking to hear lady gaga up close paid a hefty price. how much did you pay for your ticket? >> $250. >> reporter: is it going to be worth it? >> yeah, because i'm going to be standing in front. i have general admission. i'll be at the front of
of adams morgan. and on this mild evening, there were a lot of people out and about. john shriffen joins us with the story. john? >> reporter: well, doreen, as you said, a lot of people out here. a wild scene now just south of adams morgan as a beautiful night turned into tragedy. i want you to look at the scene now. you can see this white car resting in the window of this restaurant. you can see glass and debris just laying on the ground from the impact. witnesses say the female driver of this white car came zooming down 18th street, slammed into two pedestrians on the sidewalk. some of them flying into the air. now, one of those pedestrians is in the hospital fighting for her life. >> i mean, it's surreal. it's not something you want to witness at all. >> reporter: witnesses on florida navy enjoying dinner were horrified to see this white car barrel down the street, plow through two pedestrians and smashed into the front of the karen restaurant. >> there was another car that was coming -- either turning up 18th and making a right or was coming across florida avenue. and it looked like she
. >> i don't want everybody teing my numbers. >> reporter: so may whitfield would not tell us which powerball numbers she played saturday night. tim morris uldn't either. but the self-described die hard powerballer did tell us why he's so confused. >> powerball -- i came yesterday and it was 14. andhen i came today. somebody told me they made a mistake. >> reporter: the cashierried explaining what happened to several customers monday. players like morris want answers. >> is this human error or computer error or machine error? how did it happen? >> reporter: we took his question straight to the top. >> we know it was human error. we know that the wrong number was input by mistake. the powerball number, the very last number, was 13. that was the real number. but for som reason, the number 14 was input to the vendors, to the retailers who pay out on the winning numbe. >> reporter: that was saturday night. by the time they dscovered the problem, it was late sunday morning. that meant even with the wrong powerball number, some folks got lucky. >> if they had the number 14, they went to c
, but passengers fought back forcing the hijackers to crash into a field. >> they remind us not only by how they gave their lives, but how they lived their lives, that being a hero is not just a matter of fate. it's a matter of choice. >> meanwhile, back here in our area, there were several ceremonies to honor the lives lost nine years ago today. some hanged flags, others waived them. some prayed. others shared their story of survival. the demonstrations were different, but their purpose was the same. to remind people to never forget. >> we need to remind everybody that we have not forgotten what happened on 9/11. >> and so the veteran, his son who's about to join the army and the small friends waved flags at a small intersection in germantown. >> it's fantastic, gives you a good feeling inside. we get a lot of responses from everybody from fire engines, police officers, to every day people who beep and are happy there's some kind of symbol and remembrance. >> in arlington, these buildings were a symbol. in montgomery county, this new fire station that was dedicated saturday, will be a last
for comments he made about the september 11 attacks at the united nations yesterday. ahmadinejad claimed the u.s. government orchestrated 9/11 in an attempt to boost the u.s. economy and to help israel. >> it was offensive, it was hateful, and particurly for him to make the statement here in manhattan was inexcusable. >> they also said ahmadinejad's remarks would only serve to further isolate his governnt. analysts say he probably made the statement to deflect taec s attentions away from iran's nuclear defenses. >>> it appears lindsay lohan is going to get out of jail. >>> three bank robbers able to steal moy from a bank without ever going inside. >> what's ahead with our weekend weather? >> big changes on the way in the four-day forecast. we'll have that for you showing you when the next chances for rain may be. dan? >>> coming up in sports, is it going to be chet williams or stefan hire starting with the redskins? we're talking high school football. they try to etend their winning streak to 13 games. and should the nats finally have their hey, ove, i'm gonna need a bank. any ideas? capital on
, but mother nature trying to hold on and give us some heat. i'll show you coming up in my full forecast. liz zee? >>> this is not the natural scheme you're used to. you have got to see what the nationals did tonight. the redskinslet go of a america saves on dunkin', america runs on dunkin', with three freshly baked bagel twists for only $3, like our delicious new tomato basil or sweet chocolate chip, so grab three for 3 toy. [ ding! ] . >>> a library in bennett, maryland had a small infestation of bedbugs that we're told are gone now. last friday, a sff meer found four to six bedbugs in a book drop. they are put in a van and when the temperature reaches 130 degrees for ten minutes, the bedbugs will be dead. all eight frederick county libraries and bookmoeblz have been treated by ex term narts. >>> someone hacked into twitter today. twitter doesn't thinkny of its user information was compromised. they were able to block out texts and multiply and cause pop-up windows to open. it only affected people on the twitter.com web site and not people who get their tweets another y. >>> families of peo
we can help your cash flow situation. pnc. for the achiever in us all. >>> good evening. we begin with several breaking stories. first, outside san francisco, at least a dozen homes have been destroyed by an enormous fire. flames could be seen shooting up to 60 feet in the air at about 9:00. this happened after the ground shook from an explosion. officials say there may be a problem with a natural gas line. dozens of people have been taken to hospitals. no reports of death. >>> in philadelphia, two were killed and third person shot when a female worker began shooting inside a factory. a woman locked herself inside an office in a kraft food company. >>> also, in california, a judge has ruled that the military's ban on gay service member is unconstitutional. she said she would issue an injunction on the don't ask don't tell policy. it denies them freedom of expression. the ruling is a result of the lawsuit against the government from 2004. >>> the florida pastor at the center of the koran burning controversy has changed his mind. >> now, he says his plans are suspended, not canceled
services section. today they got results. darcy spencer joins us in the studio now with more on this story. darcie? >> maryland's attorney general told me craigslist needed to take this action. it's a site where kids can trade be baseball cards, you can buy a couch and engauge in prostitution. and that's just wrong. when you go on the popular website craigslist, one feature is now gone, where he used to be able to click on adult services, it now says sensored. >> this is what we asked them to do. this is what we asked them to do. this is not a gray area. craigslist was being used as a medium, as a vehicle for people to commit illegal acts. >> craigslist removed the adult services section from the site two weeks after attorneys general from across the country demanded its removal. maryland attorney general is among 17 top prosecutors who wanted craigslist to stop offering an online brothel. >> on craigslist, there were literally women for sale. there was an online brothel going on. we told craigslist, look, have you to stop this, this is facilitating a crime. >> reporter: in the metro area,
trip to the beach. >> they asked us to leave. we're going to have cut our vacation short this year. >> to the north there was one day before fun and sun before earl turns his attention there. >> it may very well affect all of cape cod, and the islands off cape cod, extremely gusty winds, high surf and hurricane conditions expected there. the end of long island will get clipped. it's going to be a close call for much of the east coast. >> a preview unfolding in the outer banks tonight. jay gray, nbc news, kill devil hills, north carolina. >> as they say, they're a very close call. we dodged a bullet. i think most of the holiday weekend is going to be okay. i'll show you what to expect for saturday, sunday and monday as well. >> good news. >> it is. >> thanks, doug. >>> while earl makes its way through the mid-atlantic, the most serious concern is for the northeast, specifically as anoted, massachusetts. dozens of emergency personnel from our area left for the cape tonight to provide support. darcy spencer has that story. >> we're excited, aren't we? >> nice boy. >> reporter: victori
to come out of their doors and support us, not even though who we truly are, i am really, really loving it. i just thank good for all of them. >> three other children and an adult male escaped that fire. their mother manad to somehow, drop the children who survived out of the window. >>> tonight we're following a developing story in fairfax county where teenager has been hit by a car and it happened around 8:15 at the intersection of 34re isn't valley road in centerville. the victim was thrown to the hospital with life-threateninging injuries. the victim's name andge hadn't been released. police are questioning the driver. we're told the driver did stay on the the scene. some developing news in fairfax county tonight. >>> meanwhile, president obama is criticizing republicans once again, for their plans to stimulate economic growth. in his weekly address, mr. obama said that the republican plan for recovery amounts to slashing taxes for millionaires and cutting rules for wall street and special interests. the president also criticized the gop for not listening to americans. >> the republica
with the latest on this. hi, jackie. >> hi, dore reason. many people came from people used to dealing with emergencies. >>e have had a shooting on the floor. >> just one person, it's a doctor. >> the 911 calls described the feathat enveloped the eighth floor of what's known as the nelson winning of johns hopkins hospital in baltimore thursday. callers also provided valble information to police, quickly relaying that a physician later identified as dr. david cowen appeared be the only victim. >> there was a gun shooting up on nelson eighth. >> how many shots did you hear? >> one. i was staing right there and a physician went down. >>ne call came from a terrified patient's room. >> i'm in room 877. we're trying to keep our door shut tight. >> we are going to get officers down there. okay, did you see if anyone was actually shot? >> no, but they're saying get a stretcher fast. >> one caller provided critical information that helpedirect swat team officers to the right place. >> he still might be in his mother's room, but he's still in the hospital. >>t a press conference friday, the pol
nationwide and will lead us into an event ful general election season. we havell the results in the district and reaction as votes continue tocome in. >> everywhere but in the district, there are very few votes starting to come in. there are aut 3100 votes counted now. that's about 1% of the precincts reporting in this democratic primary for mayor in the district. >> and the delay in rults follows some delayed openings for 20 polling places in the city this morning. workers at those locations say they were given confusing directions about the voting machines. in some cases voters go paper ballots. the d.c. board of elections said anybody who properly cast a paper ballot had their vote counted. the vince gray group, though, tried to keep the polls open later, but they vetoed that request. >> vincent graham and his supporters are waiting to hear results. >> they're not just waiting. some of them are dancing behind me. there is a victory mood here but no declaration of victy yet. he went around the city rallying his voters. gray started late, well behind with campaign money and organization. bu
using t. tonight a woman didn't want to talk about selling t either. >> it's just a few feet from the main gates of university of maryland. when we arrived, a flyer advertising a new product called k-2, a synthetic marijuana that sells for somewhere from 30 to $45 a gram. we went inside to talk about its popularity. this is what happened next? >> i will destroy you. i told you to get out. >> reporter: and we are out. ma'am, i wouldn't do that. ma'am. the cera was fine and so were we. no student would speak specifically on camera about using -2. some didn't see a problem with it being sold so close to campus. >> if it's legal, then i don't see a problem with it. it should be like smoking cigarettes. >> it's probably as bad as smoking cigarettes, to be honest. >> not so, says the national capitol poison control center. >> we educate teens about liquor, at least. when you put a store like that, there is nobody telling them what k-2 is. >> clancy says k-2 has gotten dozens of control about the effects of k-2. the callers are agitated, paranoid, some have even had seizures. part othe p
, doug. >>> two discovery communication employees held hostage in silver springs say they used cell phones to send messages about their fourour deal. they talk publicly for the first time to oprah winfrey today. they were forced to lion the floor of the discovery center's lobby when a gunman stormed in two weeks ago. a third hostage, a security guard, was behind the desk. woods said he managed to send an e-mail to his boss alerting him to what was going on. hours later, the hostages made a run for it. >> jim looked at me, and i oked back at the gunman. he looked down and i just turned and ran as fast as i think i've ever run >> both men ran, officers shot the suspect, james lee, dead. police say he was armed with starter pistols and home made pipe bombs. >>> overseas day, pope benedict spoke his strongest words yet on the church sex abuse scandal. while on a trip to england and scotland, theope told journalists that the catholic church has not done enough when it comes to disciplining brooei priests. at a mass in scotland, he warned of the temptation of sex and pornography. benedict
and make miami use another time-out? rolling, looking, throwing, incomplete. intended for keller. he had keller and edrds in that same neighborhood. >> cris: remember what mark sanchez was telling us last night. he basically said, you know what the best play i made a week last week was the one right before the end of the half. we had a field goal set up and i saw my guy, and i almost pulled the trigger, and i just didn't. threw it out of bounds, and we kicked a field goal. and you can see the thought process working and the maturity now in mark sanchez. >> al: third and gl. toll tomlinson in the backfield. braylon edrds in the corner of the end zone. it's pass interference because he never turned around and looked at it. allen getting right into the face of edwards. >> cris: it's the right call. that's the right call. >> referee: pass interference, defense, number 32. ball will be placed at the 1 yard line. first down. >> al:e never turned around. >> cris: braylon edwards at the end of this play turns and goes right back through jason all. if he didn't do that, he wouldn
freeney with us. now, why were you le to get to e manning the way that you did tonight? >> i think it has a lot to do with what we do every day. it's about training and practice d about the colts who are around here. we geafter quarterbacks is what we do. especially when we get leads. opportunity to make some plays happen. >> eddie: you anrobert mathis are the masters of the sack fumble. you had two tonight. how are you able to take advantage of particularly giants left tackle david diehl? >> i think every time we go after the quarterback, running back, we are trained to go ahead and cause that fumble. i think, you know, probably oginate lawrence taylor on that and i grew up watching him. robert does a great job. whenever we get an opportunity we try to strip the ball. >> eddie: uncharacteristic way to start the season last week with a loss. how important was it for you to come out strong from the start? >> very important. especially a home game. we want to start off the season on a good noit note. obviously, the first game didn't happen. why 16 games and opportunities to prove yourself.
-out. >> al: might as well use it. >> cris: i think the redskins and the cowboys rivalry is back. >> al: i'll say. >> cris: i think mike shanahan is thinking about his year off playing golf and relaxing out there. he said it was kind of boring anyway. you forget even if i have a chance to play golf, everybody else is working. >> al: he said i was able to sit at home and watch games as a fan. which is something he has never been able to do. he played or coach all of his adult life. he had the opportunity. he would be enjoying this one a lot more as a fan sitting on the coach at home than right now. >> cris: the redskins paid a price for their last blitz. they have been playing in a soft zone back around the goal line. probably what you are going to get again. i don't think they want to leave miles austin in one-on-one coverage again. >> cris: they have a lot of confusion. no time-out left. everybody is messed up. they are going the wrong direction. people are asking questions. how can you screw this up after a time-out. >> al: you have austin wide to the left. williams in t
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the prospect of masses losses in december, and the democrats issued a stress call, send us michelle. with prospects getting worse by the day, they asked again, and this time the answer was yes. details are still up in the air. but aides stress even on the political hostings mrs. obama will not go on the attack. >> the risk is she could be seen as polarizing and partisan, and that could hurt her because she has tried hard to remain above the frey in advocating for her causes. >> she is not immune to criticism. she hit the hits for traveling with her daughter to a posh spot this summer. but this fall, a popular mrs. obama will add to her two roles of mother and advocate with a third. >> with your help in unwavering support -- >> a political campaigner. >> they looked at her and like her a great deal, and my guess is the president would swap favorable ratings with his wife in a heartbeat. >> that was mike viqueira reporting. >>> a day after craig's list shut down the adult services there is still no word on whether the move is permanent. it has come under fire for the adult section wit
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's scary. >> the fear is there, and that's a maerm concern to us. we don't want homeowners hurt. >> the best way to prevent a burglary is to lock all dors and windows, including the doors and wip doze frndows from the g. >>> gunfire erupted after a funeral on u street yesterday. 21-year-old andon miller is now facing a charge of murder police raided his house last night. they said they found several weapons inside. investigators say his car was also spotted at the cereal palsy of the shooting, a-- scen shooting and that led to a vehicle crash. 21-year-old coates was killed. they're still looking for another suspect. >>> details plans for a second bomb as they show t power of the first had it gone off. >>> a car landed on the front porch of a house after the driver apparently lost control. >>> doug will have more on hey ove, i'm gonna need a bank. any ideas? pital one bank. they're everywhere. yeah, you're right! ♪ [ male announcer ] capital one banks are everywhere. [ clang! ] with hundreds of branches and atms, they're hard to miss. hey, there's one right up the street. [ mal
the forecast for our weather? >> continued great. you used the word delightful a minute ago. i think it's going to be like that again tomorrow, and really over the next couple days as well, and really a delightful night outside right now. look at this shot. just gorgeous out there. clear skies right now. a very nice night with temperatures in the 70s around the city but areas falling back into the 6 0s outside right now. a high of 85 degrees, low of 81. another great day, and i tell you, i think we're going to see more on the horizon. 73 degrees right now, dew point of 55, winds at south-southeast at 3 miles an hour. mostly clear skies across the r region. we have a frontal boundary coming through the area. it brought a shower up there to the north. stopped the game betwen the jets and the ravens a little earlier. they were postponed about 15 minutes. that's making its way on through, and beyond it some pret nice weather. tomorrow 62 to 69 degrees as you send the kids to the bus stop and to pick them . there's the frontal boundary. there's the nice weather. the frontal boundary continues to mov
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